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  • In its original composition, it consisted of Pinus spp. with a submixture of other coniferous species such as Picea spp.,

    West Siberian broadleaf and mixed forests

  • For tight areas such as by my drive I use dwarf Alberta spruces (Picea glauca, zones 3-8), which rarely get more than six or seven feet high and about four feet wide.

    Tough Love, Garden Style

  • Climate change and the effect of temperature backlashes causing frost damage in Picea abies [An article from: Global and Planetary Change] by A.M. Jonsson

    OpEdNews - Diary: Take Back Our Power

  • Abies grandis var. concolor, balsam fir, Colorado white fir, Picea concolor, Pinus concolor, silver fir, and white balsam.

    White fir

  • Spruce-fir forest type only occurs at the highest elevations and contains the largest contiguous block of virgin Picea rubens on earth.

    Great Smoky Mountains National Park, United States

  • Warm slopes have Picea purpurea and junipers Sabina convallium and S. saltuaria with some larch Larix potaninii.

    Jiuzhaigou Valley Scenic and Historic Interest Area, China

  • North-facing slopes are dominated by a fir-spruce forest of Abies faxoniana with Picea wilsoni and dragon spruce P. asperata, south-facing slopes by a pine-spruce forest of Pinus tabulaeformis with Chinese white pine P. armandii and Picea asperata.

    Jiuzhaigou Valley Scenic and Historic Interest Area, China

  • The dominant conifers are Abies faxoniana, Picea asperata, P. wilsoni and purple-coned spruce P. purpurea (which is also being planted) with a sub-canopy of Betula albo-sinensisB. utilis, low Acer spp. and fountain bamboo Fargesia/Sinarundinaria nitida which suffered a major die-off after flowering in the 1970s and early 1980s, Fargesia denudata and F. chinensis.

    Jiuzhaigou Valley Scenic and Historic Interest Area, China

  • Genetic structure and patterns of genetic variation among populations in eastern white spruce (Picea glauca).

    Arctic boreal forest environments

  • Principal forest species include Scots pine Pinus silvestris, Norway spruce Picea abies, hornbeam Carpinus betulus, little-leaved lime Tilia cordata, oak Quercus robur, sycamore Acer platanoides, maple Acer spp., ash Fraxinus excelsior, downy and white birch Betula pubescens and B. verrucosa, aspen Populus tremula and black alder Alnus glutinosa.

    Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park, Belarus

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